A MYSTERIOUS singer named Lisa is expected to join the ensemble of participants in the reality TV series Sisters Who Make Waves after a supposed “leaked” list became widely circulated on the Internet, China Press reported.
With the show’s latest season slated to air on April 2, fans are speculating that the candidates would likely be Blackpink’s Lisa or Japanese Anisong artist LiSA.
“Wait, it can’t be Lisa from Blackpink as she hasn’t reached the age of an elder sister,” one Internet user wrote.
It was reported that Sisters Who Make Waves features 30 female celebrities over 30 years old who must compete to debut in a seven-member girl group.
The show had been credited with reviving the careers of Cyndi Wang, Rainie Yang and even the group Twins.
However, previous purportedly leaked lists of participants turned out to be false.
The most recent was Canadian rock star Avril Lavigne, who was rumoured to have signed a deal to appear on the series.
Lavigne later denied the matter.
> Despite being busy with his world tour, Chinese singer Li Ronghao had time for his wife Rainie Yang. The couple was spotted kissing in public recently, reported China Press.
A day after Li’s kickoff concert in Nanjing on March 25, the two were seen sharing an intimate moment together on a train platform.
Yang could be seen holding on to Li as they stole a quick kiss without taking off their face masks.
“So sweet!” one netizen wrote.
The two were later spotted at the Taipei Songshan Airport on March 27.
However, Li will not be staying there for long, as he will have to rush back to China for his Wuhan concert on April 1.
Some internet users said they envied the couple’s relationship as they still seemed very much in love after eight years together.
They had dated for four years before getting married in 2019.
● The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.